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AUTO TRUCKS FOR SALE <Con».>.
INTERNATIONAL 1941 chassis, cab. 1-ton, equipped with large, completely inclosed body. 250-cu.-ft. capacity, suitable for plumber, electrician, food or beverage bus iness; guaranteed mechanically; price. $1, 275: terms if desired. CHEVY CHASE MOTOR CO., INC., 7725 Wis. ave. WI. 1635. —(> FORD ’41. new stake body. 158-in. wheel base; $1,150. within OPA ceiling Open Sunday. "PARKWAY.” 3051 M st. n.w.. MI. 0185. 5 DIAMOND T STAKE BODY TRUCKS, 1941 and 1939, 14-ft. bodies. 2-speed rears, excellent 900.20 tires; perfect condition; below ceiling price for quick sale. 14th and Pa. ave. s.e.. TR. 7799. —6 PICKUPS—DodRe 1941, Va ton. Dumps— Dodge 1940. 1>2 tons. Stake—Ford 1940. Cargo—CMC and Chevrolet 1941. 1141 Bladensburg rd. n.e. * 5* ARMY SURPLUS TRUCKS by Central Mo tor Co., authorized GMC truck dealers. A new group of trucks just received; some new. Fanel—1942 Chevrolet. Dumps—1942 Chevrolets. lVi-ton; 1943 Federal 2Va-ton, 5-speed. Stakes—1942 Chevrolets. lVa-ton; 1942 21 a-ton GMC. Pole Line trucks—1 Va tons. 2 Fords, 1 GMC. Vans—1942 GMC's. 2Va tons. Traci or and frailer—1942 Chevrolet, 1‘a-ton. 18-ft. van semitrailer. Trailers—‘a-ton, n4-ton, 1-ton. jeep—1943 Willys Airborne. $595. Van bodies—12x6x7 ft., $250-$350 (new). CENTRAL MOTOR CO . 3143 Lee hwy . Arlington. Va Daily and Saturdays. 8 to 6; Sunday, 10 to 3. CH. 7000, OX. 0552. To reach: Out through Georgetown, cross Key Bridge, turn right at circle onto Lee hwy. (Route 211 or 29). drive 1 Va miles. _AUTO TRUCKS WANTED_ •‘PARKWAY” buys all makes, all types trucks, pickups, panels, station wagons and cars, badly needed. Call Lou Allen. MI. 0185, or drive to "Parkway,” 3051 M st. n.w. FULL RETAIL PRICE paid for your stake, pickup or panel truck: any make, any model; all cash. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. AD. 8344. PICKUP OR: PANEL in eood condition; will pay all cash or install new oil burner or critical plumbing and heating materials In exchange or as part payment. D. L. RATHBONE SONS. CH 9746. • "PARKWAY” buys all makes, all types trucks, pickups, panels, station wagons and cars High prices. Call Lou Allen, MI. 0181. or drive toj Parkway." 3051 M st. n.w. —5 AUTO TRUCKS FOR HIRE. VETERAN desires general hauling, 2-ton stake, night or day; reasonable. FR. 8260. Ext. 72. after 5. —5 1946 Pi-TON stake body truck, depend able 24-hour service with driver, day or contract, low rates. RA 2435. —9 GENERAL HAULING—Reasonable prices. New truck. Long wheelbase. Available part time, day or week. DE. 5155. MI. 5874.—7 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE. BUICK 1041 “90” limousine 8-pass, sedan: radio and heater; low mileage, excellent condition; $*2,996. HYATTSVILLE BUICK CO.. WA. 4111. —6 BUICK 1937 sedan. $432. within OPA ceiling: good condition. Phone WI. 4634, 8 to 11 a.m. , * , BUICK 1936 4-dr sedan; r. and h., in good mechanical condition; within OPA ceiling. $815. Open Sunday. ‘ PARKWAY.” 3051 M st. n w., MI. 0185. —5 BUICK 1938 7-passenger; very clean; 6 wheels; 6-ply tires: radio and heater; ex cellent car for sightseeing; new motor; $1,504. within OPA ceiling price. Call Atlantic 7605. * BUICK 1934 sedan with heater. 2 new' tires, for first $325 cash offer, under OPA: car at rear of 1341 H st. n.e., OWNER at GL. 8386. BUICK 1932 sedan: good running condi tion. newr paint job: tires fair: $250 or best offer, within OPA. 130 P st. s.e. LI. 0073. • BUICK 1940 club conv. coupe special: radio, heater: good condition: needs a grille; would like trade: OPA low ceil.. $880. ACME MOTORS. 2521 Bladensburg rci. n.e. * BUICK 1940 4-door sedan Roadmaster: r. and h.: low ceiling. $1,080; terms, trade. ACME MOTORS. 2521 Bladensburg rd. • BUICK 1939 4-dr. sedan, good condition; OPA price $785. See at 5 Burns st. n.e. Phone Lincoln 5455 after 11 a m. • BUICK 1936 4-door sedan; needs paint, some mechanical work; good tires: $479.70, OPA ceiling price; best offer and drive away. AD. 5129. —5 CADILLAC 1937 4-door sedan, r. and h. new tires; $895; below OPA ceiling. WO. 3611. j 6* CADILLAC 1941 “61“ sedan, r. and h.: worth much more than OPA ceiling of $1,410. Desire trade for smaller car. Car can be seen at Apt. 201. 3115 Mt Pleasant st. n.w . between 10 a.m. and 2 p m. Sunday and Monday 5* CHEVROLET 1941 club coupe: good cond. and appearance: OPA ceil. $910: terms, trade. ACME MOTORS. 2521 Bladensburg CHEVROLET 1934 coach, newly painted. $240. within OPA ceiling. SL. 3108. 9 Bovd ave . Takoma Park. Md. CHRYSLER 1937 Imperial 4-door sedan. 8 cyl.; OPA low ceil.. $395: terms. ACME MOTORS. 2521 Bladensburg rd. * CHRYSLER. ’35. 4-door sedan: clean: good rubber: as is, $385; by owner; under OPA. RA 8905 CHRYSLER 1041 Hollander 6 4-door se dan, ceiling price. $1,401; warranty, terms and trade. ACME MOTOR SALES. 2521 Bladensburg rd. n.e. DE SOTO 4-d.sed.: below ceiling. $500. R. D. KULP, 1366 B st. s.e., AT. 873JL FORD 1065 4-door: good transportation: needs minor repairs; cash $200 or best offer, within ceiling. Hobart 3713, 1-7 p.m Sunday. FORD 1039 Fordor sedan de 1: r. and h : good cond.: OPA ceil. $685: terms, trade. ACME MOTORS. 2521 Bladensburg rd. * FORD 1036 2-door sedan: needs new mo tor: under OPA ceiling. S200. Call WI. FORD Fordor sedan. 1941, VR, $775, with in OPA ceiling. 328 H st. n.e. TR. 7367. HUDSON 1930 coupe: runs good: $450. within OPA ceiling. WO. 9507. Call Sun day HUDSON 1942 4-door sedan. Commodore 8: radio and heater; overdrive transmis sion: ceiling price. $1,652: warranty, trade and terms. ACME MOTOR SALES. 2521 Bladensburg rd. n.e. —‘ HUDSON 1942 4-door sedan, de luxe 6: heater; ceiling price, $1,261: warranty, terms and trade. ACME MOTOR SALES. 2521 Bladensburg rd. n.e. —< HUDSON de luxe 4-door; radio and heat er: will trade lor lighter car and cash; OPA ceiling. $869. Shepherd 4539. HUDSON 1942 Commodore equipped with radio, heater, vacumotive drive: has to be seen and driven to appreciate value offered: $1,618: trade accepted. TE. 7711. Within OPA ceiling. . . —5 HUDSON 1937 Sedan, motor completely renewed, excellent tires: radio and heater: owner driven since 1937; $500, under OPA ceiling. Atlantic 3478. 7* HUDSON 1941 custom Commodore “8” sedan: radio and heater, new tires: $1,540. within OPA ceiling. TE. 0208. Open till KAISER-FRASER—Taking orders lor these sensational 1947 automobiles. CENTRAL MOTOR CO.. 3143 Lee hwy., Arlington. CH. 7000, OX. 0552. LINCOLN 1937 7-passenger limousine; fair condition: $990, under OPA ceiling. Call EX. 0075. —8 LINCOLN-ZEPHYR 1937: body, tires good: motor needs repairs: must sell, leaving town; $295, below OPA ceil., or W'hat do you offer? 604 49th ave., Capitol Heights. Md. * LINCOLN ZEPHYR 1941 custom Interior 4-door sedan, equipped with built-in radio and heater: will be sold at the low OPA ceiling. $1,589. HILL & TEBBETTS Inc., authorized Ford dealers. 1114 Vt. ave. n.w. —9 LINCOLN ZEPHY'R 1938 2-door sedan, radio and heater. $710. within OPA celling. GILL. 1834 Columbia rd., Monday 7 p.m. • LINCOLN-ZEPHY’R 1940. taxicab Owner must sell: below OPA ceiling. MR. REY NOLDS. 1129 20th st. n.w. —5 NASH 1940 Ambassador cruising sedan; radio and heater; $795. within OPA ceil ing. 201 Carroll ave., Takoma Park. Md. PACKARD Super 8 custom 6-wheel ynv. sedan; radio, heater; excellent condition: OPA ceiling $1,552, take $1,000 or small trade. DU. 0704. • PACKARD LIMOUSINE. 19.17. 12 cylinder 7 passenger, in new car condition: will sacrifice at $1,200. below OPA ceiling. 254 Carroll §♦. Takoma Park. D. C. RA. 6200. PLYMOUTH 193.2 de luxe 4-door sedan; motor perfect, upholstery excellent; 34,000 miles; dnven only on Sundays by my step father to' Saint Elizabeth Hospital: $325, under OPA ceiling. Call after 10 a.m. Sun day. 1231 H st. n.e.. 2nd floor. PLYMOUTH 1937 4-door: in good condi tion. Would like to trade for a later model car or will pay cash for a ’39 to ’41 sedan, any make, priced under $1,000. Axminster 4420. • PONTIAC 1942 taxi, very good condition, with PUC. 709 Xinia st. se. Lincoln 3973. * PONTIAC 1940. taxicab with PUC: been cab 2 months; excel, cond.; $350 down. CO. 5797. No dealers • PONTIAC 1937 club coupe; good tires; mo tor good condition: $375. within OPA ceil ing. 10 to 5 p.m. Sunday. 6 to 9 p.m. Monday. 5811 63rd ave.. East Riverdale. UN. 2198. —6 NASH 1937 “8” 4-dr. sedan; r. and h.. within OPA ceiling, $450. Open Sunday. ••PARKWAY,’’ 3051 M st. n.w.. MI. 0185. —5 OLDRMOBILE 1942 4-door sedan: radio, heaier, seat covers, hydromatic, 2-tone brown. This is a very clean car, in per fect mechanical and body condition.; no trade necessary: OPA spiling price. $1,650; fully guaranteed. BENDALL PONTIAC. 1611 King st.. Alexandria, Va. TE. 7835. —6 • OLDSMOBILE 1935 2-door trunk sedan: radio and heater; good condition: $375, w’ithin OPA ceiling. 201 Carroll ave., Ta koma Park. Md. Dealer. STUDEBAKER 1934 8-cylinder President 4-door: in fair condition: below OPA. $150 cash. 1068 So. Edison st., Arl., Va. • STUDEBAKER 1940 Champion 4-door sedan; heater; $795, warranty OPA ceiling; completely reconditioned. 201 Carroll ave.. Takoma Park. Md. Dealer. TAXICABS, late models. 1942, 1941 and 1940. Priced for immediate sale; under OPA ceiling. A. C. SERVICE, 3rd and M n.e. —6 TAXICAB — 1942 Nash Ambassador and PUC; excellent condition; economical to run. JA 2396-W before 3 p.m. 6* TAXI AND PUC ’40 Ply., owner driven factory cab: excellent. 1513 W. Va. ave. n.e. 10 a.m.-noon Sunday and weekdays. TAXICAB, 1941 Pontiac, excellent cond., new motor job. PUC. low mileage. 812 Greenwood Circle. SH. 4872. TAXICAB AND PUC LICENSE; 8-pass Buick: 6 good tires, radio and heater: low mileage: mechanically perfect. Sun. before 6 p.m. or Mon. afternoon. WELCA BRAS WELL. 2408 Chain Bridge rd. WO. 7448. TAXI AND PUC—I will trade my 1-owner 1940 Plymouth cab for any clean 1939 or elder 4-door sedan and $600 cash. 1513 W. Va. eve. n.e. 10 a m. to noon all week. TAXICAB AND PUC, Diamond. 1941 Plym., new Dodge motor: excellent condition: highest cash offer. 2000 H st. n.w., Apt 34, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. • TAXRABS. 1940 and 1941 Plymouths, 3941 Fords, with PUC license; cabs in excellent condition: terms and trade. These cabs are guaranteed 30 days. 50 Mass. ave. n.w. AD. 6094. —8 X AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (Cont.) BENDALL'S SPECIALS: 41 Packard 4-door _ $1,550 Oldsmobile 4-dr„ hydro... 1.660 40 Nash 4-door _ 02o ■ j! Lincoln-Zephyr cony. cpe.ZZZZ. 1,660 41 Chevrolet 2-dr. __ _ 740 '41 De Soto 4-dr. _ _ 1,295 4JI Studebaker 4-dr.-ZZZZ- 995 ■ IS Packard 4-dr. _ • 700 •16 Studebaker 4-dr._ _ ” 4"o '41 Hudson 4-dr. _ ~ 1.050 •J!! §ldfKb‘ie 4_dr'-ZZZZ 1.185 40 Buick 4-dr. _ _ 995 ■19 Hudson couDe _ ~Z_ 700 41 Studebaker 4-dr. _ _ 1.050 •'16 Plymouth coupe _ 409 35 Plymouth 4-dr. _ _ 250 ji" Chevrolet 4-dr. _ 360 •16 Oldsmobile 4-dr._ _ 400 ’.'17 Dodge 4-dr. _ 450 Within OPA celling. Plus 35 more In all makes and models. Open evenings until 9 P.m. BENDALL PONTIAC. 1611 King st„ Alexandria. Va. TE. 7835. —6 compare THESE CARS—a line selection ol late mwdels. Will sell with or without trade OPA celling nrices and some below Buy .from an old-established Buick agency 43 Lincoln-Zephyr cl. cpe., r. and h., with Uquamatic drive $2,195 42 Studebaker 4-dr. Skyway sed.. r. and h.. o.d. . _ __ 1.632 '41 Lincoln - Zephyr 4 - door sedan: heater _ _ __ _1.837 '40 Cadillac 62 model sedan, r. and h. . _ _ 1,757 41 Buick 90 model 8-pass, limou sine sedan, r. and h., low mile age - 2.996 Many others to choose from. HYATTS VILLE BUICK CO.. WA. 4111. AUTOMOBILES WANTED. BUICK. Chrysler, Dodge. Plymouth, Olds and Pontlacs badly needed to supply de mand of returning overseas veterans. Highest prices paid for clean cars. Drive inside our modern parking building for appraisal or call Mr Miller at EX. 4800. RANDALL MOTORS. INC., 1150 17tb at nw (corner 17th and Ml BUICKS. Chevrolets, Fords, Pontiac or any make of car that has had good care. We need them and will pay the highest celling price. SI HAWKINS, 1533 14th. BUICK. American Bantam, Chevrolet. Ford, Packard or any car. in good condition, urgently needed. We pay the full ceiling price in cash in 3 minutes. LOVING MOTORS. 1919 M St. n.w. BUICK, CHEVROLET or any make car. Will pay highest cash price. FLOOD FONTIAC, 4221 Connecticut, WO. 840(1. BUICKS WANTED—I will pay the highet cash dollars, any make, any model. WIL LIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344. BUICK OWNERS—Get every dollar your rar is worth. EM. 9754. Bob Terrett. Positive transportation may be arranged while waiting for your new car. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 Conn. ave. BUICK OR ANY LATE - MODEL CAR in good condition No dealers. Phone Falls Church. 811-W-12. 6* CHEVROLET coupe or Ford convertible. '38 to '40; all cash EM. 7155. —6 CHEVROLETS—Cash tor youi car, no red tape. SCHLEGEL * GOLDEN. 257 Carroll st.. Takoms Park. D C . Georgia 3300 CHEVROLETS WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars, any make, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344. CHEVROLET OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754. J. Dewey Rice, CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER will pay the maximum cash price lor any desirable car; save time. WHEELER, INC.. 4810 Wisconsin, OR. 1020, 9 to 8. Closed Sun. FORDS—Cash lor your c»r, do red tape sCHLEGBL & GOLDEN. 287 Carroll St.. Takoma Park. D. C.. Georgia 8300 FORD OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754. J. Dewey Rice. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 Conn. ave. FORDS WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars, any make, any model WIL LIAMS AUTO SALES, R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344. FORD OWNERS—Get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754. Bob Terrett. Posi tive transportation may be arranged while waiting lor your new car. CENTRAL MO TOR SALES. 4432 Conn. ave. OLDSMOBILE WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars, any make, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e Adams 8344. PLYMOUTHS-^cash lor your ear: no red tape SCHLEGEL & GOLDEN. 257 Carrol! st . Takoma Park. D C.. Georgia 3300 PLYMOUTHS WANTED—I will pay the highest cash dollars, any make, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES, R. I. ave. at 20th st. n e. Adams 8344. PLYMOUTH OWNERS—Get every dollar your car is worth. EM. 9754. Bob Terrett. Positive transportation may be arranged while waiting for your new car. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES. 4432 Conn. ave. PONTIACS WANTED—I will pay the high est cash dollars, any make, any model. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344. PONTIAC OWNERS, get every dollar your car is worth. EM 9754. J. Dewey Rice. CENTRAL MOTOR SALES, 4432 Conn. ave. PONTIAC OWNERS—II you are planning to sell your car. see Jack Blank first Highest cash prices and courteous service ARCADE PONTIAC CO. Washington's Largest Pontiac Dealers, 1437 Irving st n.w., AD. 8500. STUDEBAKER wanted—I will pay the highest cash dollars, any make, any model WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I. ave. at 20th st. n.e. Adams 8344. HIGHEST CASH PRICES for Chryslers, Buicks. Packards. Cadillacs. Studebakers. Dodges. Plymouths, Chevrolets. Call or drive by. GENE CASTLEBERRY, 1040 Benning rd. n.e., FR. 5231. WANTED, your carl Don’t wait and be sorry, delay might cost you hundreds of dollars. Sell your car today to McKee and get absolutely top value We’ll also give you a priority number to make you among the first to get a new Pontiac (that time can t be too far away) We desper ately need your car and we are prepared to go the limit. See us today, McKEE PONTIAC. INC.. 22nd and H Sts n w ME. 0400 TO GET TOP CEILING PRICE, call Bob Cook. COOK MOTOR CO., N H. ave. and L n.w . ME 8824. DI 9520 MAYFLOWER MOTORS. INC., exclusive, Lincoln-Mercury dealer—We will buy or trade your car for the highest price. Do not sell before getting our price. Con veniently located at 1125 15th st. n.w RE 0303 TOP PRICE FOR YOUR CAR. any make, any model, never too new. never too old Open eves, and Sun Plenty parking space Will come to your home or office. WINNS MOTORS. ’ Win With Winn.” 159 Florida ave. n.e . EX 2098. CASH AT ONCE—Top dollar prices at COAST-IN PONTIAC. 407-423 Florida ave. n e„ at. 7200. Open evenings. WANTED FOR CASH, any make or model car truck or station wagon; highest legal prices paid. Phone WI. 1035—and our at your convenience. CHEVY CHASE MOTOR CO.. Chevrolet ™'?.C;_t/JiS.-wisconsin ave. n.w. —7 EX-SERVICEMAN needs late-model used ca>v will consider any body style; have all cash. Chestnut 9626. 8* VETERAN will pay top price for clean late-model car. OL. 8220. 5 NAVY man wants, from private party, best car $750 cash will buy 1245 n st. s.e. Phone LI. 1092. 5 BRING YOUR TITLE and get highest spot your tar. WORRELL MOTOR CO.. 15o3 Pa ave. s.e., FR. 1039. WILL TRADE 1936 DODGE SEDAN and cash for any later model car In good condition. Spruce 0234-W. 6* ARMY CAPTAIN needs clean car: cash to private party up to $800, within OPA ceiling. Jackson 1634-J. 5* RETIRED VETERAN wants small car or sta. wagon: prffer ’37 or later; pvt. owners, please. Glebe 6702. 5* PRIVATE PARTY needs good clean 1940. 1841 or 1942 car, any type. AT. 1458. SH. 181. 5 WE WILL BUY your *39. *40 and *41 Ford. Chevrolet or Plymouth; top ceiling price. See Washington's oldest Ford dealer. HILL & TIBBETTS, 1114 Vermont ave. n.w., NA. 0850. VETERAN desperately needs car to keep Job. will pay cash. Call SH. 6963. 5* VETERAN urgently in need of car. 1937 or '38 model; cash; no dealers. Call EX. 0062. _5 VET. URGENTLY needs car, any make and body style, from private party, will pay up to $700 cash Call WA. 6763 after 4 p.m. Sat;, any time Sun. 5* VET. URGENTLY needs car for work, '40 ’42 model; all cash. Call DI. 0683. any EX-SERVICEMAN wants to buy a pri vately owned car, will pay all cash; price no object. Cali Mr. Carre, Adams 8344. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. A PRIVATE PARTY with a good car. call Adams 8344. I will pay you a high cash price WILLIAMS AUTO SALES FILL RETAIL PRICE PAID for your car. all cash, no checks. Don't take less. Call^Adams 8344. WILLIAMS AUTO OUT-OF-TOWN CASH BUYERS available, be sure to get their big cash price lor your car. Adams 8344. WILLIAMS AUTO SALES. R. I ave. at 30th st. n.e. PRIVATE PARTY wishes to buy 1839-40 or 1041 car, in good condition; all cash; no dealers Glebe 8183. —6 HOLD IT just a minute! To get the high est cash price lor your car, regardless ol condition, make or year, drive In or call DU. 3877. 1717 Rhode Island ave. n.e., BRENTWOOD MOTOR CO. Open 9 a m. until 9 p.m. OLD-MODEL CARS, any make, price no object: will call with cash. RHODE IS LAND MOTORS, 1020 R. I. ave. n.e. MI. 9774. FULL CEILING PRICES PAID—Don't sell until you see us; need 100 cars—1930^0 1943 cars: absolutely high cash price. If car is paid for. will give you cash. If car is not paid for, will pay oft balance and pay cash difference. BARNES-SANDERS MOTORS. Washington’s oldest exclusive used-car dealers. See Mr. Barnes for ap praisal. All cash or certified check. Only one location. Drive in open lot, 1300 14th. corner N st. n.w. Open 8:30 to 6, closed on Sunday. Call North 1111 for appraisal PRICE NO OBJECT—Any make or model, 1931 to 1941; will come with cash RHODE ISLAND MOTORS, 1620 R. I. ave' n.e., MI. 9774 AN HONEST PRICE for your Plymouth, Dodge, De Soto or Chrysler. SID WELL BORN MOTORS. Chrysler-Plymouth deal ers, 8000 Georgia ave., SH. 4500. HIGHEST CASH PRICES for Chryslers, Buicks, Packards, Cadillacs. Studebakers, Dodges, Plymouths, Chevrolets. Call or drive by. GENE CASTLEBERRY, 1640 Benning rd. n.e., FR. 5231. BUICK OWNERS sell their car* for cash to EMERSON ft ORME. 17tb and M sts. n.w SELL YOUR CAR to EMERSON ft ORME. 17th and M sts. n.w Call DI. 8100 for cash offer CASH FOR YOUR CAR—Fords. Chevrolet* SSiT, f’]?4PS?,t£.sA—^Phone Atlantic 6800 PTEUART MOTORS. 3rd and H »t*. n.e SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL. POHANKA SERVICE, 1120 20th st. n.w. District TWO VETERANS in need of good used car; wili pay cash. Call AT. 4722. • HIGHEST PRICE—Private party will pav cash for any make used car with Tow mileage. LI. 8932. • OVERSEAS veteran just returned, dire need ot car to move family; pay OPA ceiling for '41 or ’42 model with value up to SI,500 cash. DUPONT 0500. Ext 740. • WANTED station wagon. Ford or Plymouth, not over $1,000. .Call after 9 a.m., WO. NAVAL OFFICER needs clean auto to take family home in June: can afford 1937, 1938. 1939. any make: private party: no dealers. HO. 7300, Ext. 39 evenings. 7* VETERAN would like to purchase 1936 Ford or Pontiac coupe; would like terms Call Decatur 8368 between 1:30 and 6:30 p.m. Sunday or after 6:30 p.m. during week. • creTo Go at To Do EXHIBITS. Fourth annual Joseph and E. R. Pen nell national exhibition of prints. Library of Congress, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. weekdays, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays and 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays through July. Art works of Jessalee B. Sickman, Fine Arts Division. Public Library, central branch. Eighth and K streets N.W., 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily through May. Prints by Mrs. Lily 8. Converse, New York, in the division of graphic arts, through May 26. and photographs by Wood Whitesell, New Orleans, in section of pho tography. arts and Industries building, through May. Smithsonian Institution, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily. ♦ “The Jew in American Life.” Jewish Welfare Board, USO Club lounge, Six teenth and Q streets N.W., through to morrow. 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Overseas Writers' Association. Hotel Statler, 12:45 p.m. tomorrow. Members and guests. Washington Chapter. Sigma Chi Prater-! nity. O'Donnell s Sea Grill. 12:30 p.m. to morrow. Members and guests. MEETING. NOAR Labor Zionist Youth Group. Z. O. A. Building. 1220 Sixteenth street N.W., 7 o'clock tonight. Members and guests. MUSIC. American folk music program. Phillips Memorial Gallery. 5 p.m. today. All-Nations Festival, younger girls' de partment, YMCA, Barker Hall. 7 o clock tonight. _ Washington-Lee glee clubs concert. East Garden Court. National Gallery of Art. 8 o'clock tonight. __ Hans Heidemann piano recital, 2 Dupont Circle, 8:30 o clock tonight. FOR SERVICEMEN. Discussion of current events, 8 o'clock, and dancing. 0 o'clock tonight. Washington Labor Cantee. CIO. 1212 Eighteenth street N.W. Dance with Army Air Forces Band. NCCS-USO, 018 Tenth street N.W.. 4 p m. today. Snack supper, 0:30 o'clock: showboat and sing, 7:30 o'clock, and informal dance. 8:30 o'clock tonight, YMCA-USO, 1730 G street N.W. Concert. 7 o'clock, and dance. 8 o clock tonight. NCCS-USO. 1814 N street N.W. FOR OFFICERS. Tea dance with orchestra. Scott's Hotel, 2131 O street N.W . 4:30 p m. today. Supper dance, Officers Service Club of the United Nations. 1644 Twenty-first street N.W., 8 o clock tonight. Tea dance, American Association of University Women, 1034 1 street N.W., 4:30 p.m. today. Service personnel may obtain more In formation by calling the United Nations Center. National 3080. or USOs at any of the following numbers: Executive 0420. Republic 1527. National 3431. or National 0614. Colored personnel may call USO. Decatur 6864, or War Hospitality, Decatur 7768. _ Births Reported Ronald and Betty Bell, boy. Nathan and Mary Bernstein, girL Cecil and Flag Blanton, girl. Jacob and Stella Blevins, boy. Francis and June Campbell, boy. Gilbert and June Cox, boy. Denver and Doris Cross, girl. Alvin and Alice Davis, girl. Shelley and Virginia Edwards. I garroll and Margaret Fawley. gir. urtis and Barbara Gish, boy. Frank and Ruth Gray. boy. James and Elizabeth Harmon, boy. Fred and Hazel Karns. boy. Lester and Virgelia Matson, boy and girl twins. James and Nell O'Neil, boy. Francis and Ann Selgrade, boy. Charles and Margaret Shipp, boy. Samuel and Mollie Singer, boy. Marshall and Cecilia Wood. boy. William and Corean Alston, girl. Clyde and Janie Austin, boy. William and Courtney Berry, girl. William and Kathleen Brown, girL John and Pauline Coleman, boy. Emanuel and Pearl Cox. girl. John and Alma Dews, girl. James and Hattie Elliott, boy. James and Frances Gaskins, boy. William and Fannie Gerald, boy. George and Dorothy Hawkins, girl. Leon and Elizabeth Hollins, boy. Oliver and Evelyn Johnson, girl. Julious and Pearl Kinard. girl. Robert and Ophelia McKandes, boy. Thomas and Sarah Owens, boy. Joseph and Hazel Parker, girl. James and Marilyn Parrott, girL Oscar and Velva Rollins, boy. Howard and Delphia Smith, boy. John and Mildred Stubbs, girl. George and Gertrude Washington, boy. Charles and Naomi Williams, girl, John and Thelma Winston, boy. Deaths Reported Michael V. Shea, 81, 16 W st. n.w Emma H. Smith. 79. 1622 33rd st. Abram Lipsky, 74. New York. Susie Harbaugh, 71, 4207 3rd st. Bertha M. Hanson, 69. 1206 10th Henry Dinnin. 68. 4010 Marlboro p Jennie Dennison, 68. 2929 13th st. Oloa M. Shedd, 67, 505 Tenn. ave. n e. Jewell M. Wooton, 66, 3016 Tilden st. Alfred T. Kuntz, 64, 727 2nd st. n.e. Infant Cunningham. Arlington. Louise Ferguson, 79, 1108 42nd st. n.e. Laura B. Miles, 69, 906 20th st. Angeline Hart. 66, 1319 Huntoon court s.w\ Luticia A. Hill, 59, 1443 T st. Lee R. Jackson, 58, U. S. Soldiers’ Home. Etta Hancock. 58, 435 M st. Roy Johnson, 55, 221 Q st. n.w. Laura Green. 35. 144 Adams st. Clarence Dorsey. 22, 422 6th st. s.w. Infant Abraham Edwards, $03 L st. S.w. Marriage License Applications Under D. C. laws, couples must apply ]or a marriage license on one day, wait three full days and receive the license on the fifth day. Sundays and holidays are counted the same as other days. Thomas L. Lore, .31. Warren, Pa., and Anna M. Hoch, .36, Philadelphia. Alonzo1 C. Van Hook, 28, 6616 Blaine st. n.e., and Norma L. Richardson, 23, 6716 Foote st. n.e. Alfred H. Reynolds, 21, and Pauline E. Phillips, 19. both of Arlington. Raymond J. Tanner, 26, and Margaret E. O’Brien. 22, both of 924 23rd st. n.w. Aubrey C. McCall. 21, and ^Barbara G. Barnett, 18, both of Cambridge, Md. Rene MacCoil. 41, 1220 Bank st. n.w., and Margaret H. Rea, .34, 1411 34th st. n.w. Karl E. Scholtes, 26, 1906 Biltmore st. n.w., and Anna M. Ferguson, 22, 613 A st. n.e. Donald E. Curren, 26. Silver Spring, and Dora P. Johnson, 26, 1535 Locust rd. n.w. Philip E. Fox, 25. Arlington, and Helen L. Jeffrey, 26, 5407 8th st. n.w. Lewis G. Porter, 22, 1242 Potomac st. n.w., and Beatrice A. Monger, 18, 1337 Fairmont st. n.w. Arthur Booker, 4.3, 227 10th st. s.e., and Arneita Harris, 42. 38 O st. n.w. James B. King, 1r., 23. Wilmington, Del., and Gladys E. Marshall, 22, 3523 Nichols ave. s.e. William Seetoo, 29, Detroit, and Lecrta B. Hardman. 33, Spencer. W. Va. Ivan A. Bressler, 29. Hegins, Pa., and Carolyn M. Fredericks, 27. Reading, Pa. Andrew Farley, 28. 2721 Jay st. n.e., and Roberta Shorter, 28, Atlanta. Julius E. Leins, jr., 21. 21 You st. n.w., and Helen L. Young, 19, Laurel. Peter F. La Rosa, no age given. Sandusky, AUTOMOBILES WANTED (Cont.) CAPITAL CADILLAC CO.—We are ur gently In need of used cars and are pay ing highest prices for Cadillacs. Buicks, La Salles. Oldsmoblles and all other makes: get our price before you sell. CAPITAL CADILLAC CO.. Cadillacs and Oldsmoblles. 1222 22nd st. NA. .‘WOO. —8 HAVE NEW MOTOR—Need Buick Road master or Century car in good condition, convertible preferred. NAGY, Hungarian Legation. DU. :18(I0. A VETERAN desires car in good condition: all cash: no dealers. AT. 0250. WANTED by private party, a clean, de pendable lightweight car for own use from original owner or private party. FR. 8110. NAVY MAN will pay highest cash price for good used car today; urgently needed. Call between 11 and 2 p.m. Sunday only, WI 2929 PLYMOUTH-DODGE coupe, also panel truck; private party; 1936 to 1840, good condition. CO. 0269. —6 WILL PAY CASH for good 1941 or 1942 sedan; no dealers. GL. 4400, Ext. 504, or 1305 So. Thomas, Apt. 1, Arlington. 11V Ohio. and Marguerite C. De Net, 28. 16 7th st. s.e. James H. Cook, 5R. 55 M st. n.w.. and Abby M. A. Shipp, 37, 40 Randolph st. n.w. Dee Folsom. 26, 2723 Irving st n.w., and Dorothy L. Frohman, 23, 1377 Irving st. n.w. Francis V. Norris. 23, 1337 C st. n.e., and Anna L. Hopson, 20, 316 16th st. n.e. Saul Reiter, 31, 5759 13th st. n.w.. and Jeanette Schwarts. 23, 6601 14th st. Raymond A. Elllcott. 23, 1318 Massachu setts ave. s.e., and Jeanne M. Begnoche, 21, 1937 T pi. s.e. Lee E. Brlstoe. 27. Pattonburg. Mo., and Lena M. Clarke, 25, 924 Q pi. n.w. Wilson E. Abramson, 32. 805 Jackson st n.w . and Lillian M. Kaplan, 27. 3820 2nd st. s.e. Donald W. Herr. 21. 1620 E st. s.e., and Norma G. Shrlver, 21, 722 flth st. s.e. Milton C. Montgomery, 21. 1115 48th st. n.e., and Geraldine C. Brewer, 20, 1146 49th pi. n.e. Otto J. Raley, 24. Charleston, S. C., and Agnes H. Golan, 27, 1004 C st. n e. Quentin P Porter. 21. 1222 T st nw, and Lucille Wilson. 20, 146 Quincy pi Roland 8. Catarlnella. 21. Wilkinsburg, Pa., and Dorothy A. Spano, 18. 6506 8th at. n.w. Rudolph V. Dixon. 25. 648 Irvine at. n.w., and Prances V. Sutton, 18. Newark. William L. Turk, 24. Gary, Ind., and Nancy B. Cunningham. 28, 1440 R at. n.w. Demas Latham. 22, Kansas, Ala., and Agnes L. Maguire. 17, North Beach. Md. James R. Brundage, 22, Bagley, Minn., and Bonnie J. Llscomb, 22, Lakewood, Ohio Eldred A. Kline, 25, 1708 Rhode Island ave. n.w., and Genevieve M. Music, 21, 1705 Rhode Island ave. n.w. Walter H. Osman, 28, 2005 O st. n.w., and Marie B. Bakins, 20, 1417 20th at. n.w. John C. Coakley. 22, 1512 D st. s.e., and Mary R. Roache. 20, 804 12th st. n.e. Granson S Washington, 22. and Prances Irving, 21. both ot 41 Penton st. n.e. Wallace J. Ferguson. 28, 4810 Sheriff rd n.e., and Dorothy A. Sailers, 28, 33 Massachusetts ave. n.w. Joseph N. Wancheck. 20. Bobtown, Pa, and Norma Reynolds. 33, Arlington. Harold F. Winegar. 33, 3223 M st. s.e., and Geneva Loyd, 31, Des Moines. Iowa James E. Faulconer, Jr., 30, and Dorothy J. Davies. 35, both of 2454 Tunlaw rd. n.w. Frank J. William*. 21, East Liverpool Ohio, and Audrey J. Thomas, 21, 12( Forrester st. s.w. Four Freedoms Flag The United Nations flag, alsc called the Four Freedoms flag, has four vertical red bars on a white field and is intended to fly alongside the flag of the country in which it if displayed. VOOSt PtATtSl Try dentist's amazing discovery called 8TAZK. 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